Tin Whistle & Goggles

stufflikehearts:

Let’s face it: We’re all going to be pretty devastated if Zuko’s daughter is not named Honora.

YEEEES

yinza:

This came up a couple times in the tags on this post, and I decided it needed to be drawn.
Zuko then moves on to being very specific and describing everything in song. Possibly followed by Toph shoving him off the dragon.

Re-blogging because I LOLed despite myself while my roommate was trying to sleep

yinza:

This came up a couple times in the tags on this post, and I decided it needed to be drawn.

Zuko then moves on to being very specific and describing everything in song. Possibly followed by Toph shoving him off the dragon.

Re-blogging because I LOLed despite myself while my roommate was trying to sleep

Intimidated anon here! Any tips on comic making? I can't stop gushing over Greyshire! :3
Anonymous

Squeeee thank you!!  That’s very flattering because honestly comic-wise I have no idea what I’m doing, I just sort of based the page layouts really loosely on other comics I admire and then tried to figure the rest out as I went.  But a couple of  things that come to mind:

1. If you’re planning on starting a comic series, it’s a great idea to have at least a few pages finished in advance before you start posting so that it’s still possible to post consistently if you fall behind on your drawing schedule.  (I kick myself a lot for not doing this, my drawing schedule went out the window after about the first month of posting …)

2. Concise is nice!  If you can figure out a way to cut out a panel you were planning and still get the same story across, go for it!  Your future self will thank you for not giving it an extra background to draw.

3. This is a weird one, but one of the things that has helped me most when laying out a page and choosing what angle to draw a panel from is knowing some of the basic conventions of film-making (ESPECIALLY the 180 degree rule!)

4. Have fun!  Have lots of fun, very important stuff, fun is.

Az and Crowley, a bit worried about something (possibly the end of the world)

Az and Crowley, a bit worried about something (possibly the end of the world)

neoduskcomics:

Comic says it all.

GUYS!  Book 4 just started and this show is getting good and Nick isn’t advertising but it’s all online and people are missing out on the gorgeousness of the animation and and aaaaaaahhhh

neoduskcomics:

Comic says it all.

GUYS!  Book 4 just started and this show is getting good and Nick isn’t advertising but it’s all online and people are missing out on the gorgeousness of the animation and and aaaaaaahhhh

theoriginalverick:

Grainy, but I tried.
Facebook.com/TheOfficialVarrick

YES

theoriginalverick:

Grainy, but I tried.

Facebook.com/TheOfficialVarrick

YES

makanidotdot:

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i like necks a lot yeh lets talk about necks!!! u gotta know what’s going on in there to draw necks, here’s a fairly simple run down.

Also a lot (most all) of my anatomy knowledge comes from taking Scott Eaton’s anatomy for artists course.  If you have a chance/money to take it, it’s really great.  

Makani drawing tutorials = 

C&P Crossovers

In addendum to that last ask (it didn’t show up on my dash for some reason, but hopefully you all can see it?) if anyone else is interested in C&P crossovers here are a few more doodles for your perusal:

Crime and Punishment/ A Separate Peace (old art warning)

Crime and Punishment/ Star Trek

Crime and Punishment/ Hipsters (Does this count as a crossover? idk)

Crime and Punishment/ Napoleon

Crime and Punishment/ Brothers Karamazov

Crime and Punishment/ The Divine Comedy

Hi! I really love your art! Since I really love your drawings of Crime and Punishment I was thinking you should draw some literary crossover! Like, what about the Divine Comedy? Both Dante and Rodya faint a lot, so I thought a crossover with Dante/Rodya and Virgil/Dmitry would be funny. :D You should even do more crossovers with other books by Dostoyevsky, the one with Brothers Karamazov was hilarious. XD Sorry if I sound annoying or pretentious, have a good day! :)
Anonymous

I’m afraid I’ve never read the Divine Comedy!  (I know, what kind of classic lit fan am I??)  But I am totally into books where characters faint a lot.  (One of my favorite things about The Picture of Dorian Gray is that there’s hardly a chapter where someone doesn’t fling themselves dramatically on a couch.)  

I was going to say you’ll have to wait until I get around to Dante, but you know what, who needs reading??  I’ll just doodle something based on what I currently know:

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greyshire:

New case file page!  Featuring my favorite answer to anything that’s been asked so far, it’s the really long one near the bottom about how he knew of the job opening at Greyshire :)
p.s. The only thing that may need explaining here is that the town of Pudding is the closest neighboring village to Greyshire Estate. 

Not gonna lie, pretty much all Toby’s questions are my favorites so far

greyshire:

New case file page!  Featuring my favorite answer to anything that’s been asked so far, it’s the really long one near the bottom about how he knew of the job opening at Greyshire :)

p.s. The only thing that may need explaining here is that the town of Pudding is the closest neighboring village to Greyshire Estate. 

Not gonna lie, pretty much all Toby’s questions are my favorites so far